GM, mun2

It’s fair to say Mogollon has mastered the Latino millennial market. In just more than three years since she took over as GM, Telemundo has solidified its position as a top dog in the Hispanic market for both the 18-49 and coveted 18-34 demo. The latter is a particular sweet spot, as the network aims to super-serve Latino millennials with 200-plus hours of original programming in 2013-14, much of it in the reality genre. With an audience that over-indexes on just about every tech and digital metric, fans can expect big, multiplatform rollouts for upcoming launches “Viva Los Vargas,” featuring boxing champ Fernando Vargas, and real estate reality show “Reinas de Realty.” Says Mogollon: “Taking strategic programming risks and seeing them succeed is incredibly gratifying on so many levels.”

What’s your favorite part of your job?
My absolute favorite part of the job is working with the mun2 team on innovating and creating product for this dynamic young Latino audience, who we are so passionate about. Taking strategic programming risks and seeing them succeed is incredibly gratifying on so many levels.
How do you define success in workplace?
I define success at work by the leadership on the executive team… how they and their teams collaborate, communicate, and execute as one harmonious unit leading to our success and that of our key stakeholders—clients, distributors, corporate, employees, and ultimately, the viewers.
Best trick for maintaining the personal-professional life balance?

Unfortunately, here there is no magic. I take one day at a time and count my blessings as I have a fantastic partner in my husband of 20 years and our two beautiful boys (ages 4 and 10)….and it helps to have my “familia”—the abuelitas help a lot!

The Daily


Supply Chain: Fiber Demand Skyrockets in Age of COVID

Broadband and cable operator are running into supply chain problems as they embark on construction—particularly for fiber.

Read the Full Issue
The Skinny is delivered on Tuesday and focuses on the cable profession. You'll stay in the know on the headlines, topics and special issues you value most. Sign Up